Zelensky speech: Calls for tougher sanctions on Russia at Davos

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Zelensky speech: Calls for tougher sanctions on Russia at Davos. Zelensky calls for tougher sanctions on Russia at the World Economic Forum. President Zelensky tells global elite gathered in Davos their annual meeting is pointless if dictators such as Putin with ‘no interest in talking’ are able to use brute force to get what they want.

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